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No. of Public CPD Points: 1.5
About the Programme
This webinar will examine how government-imposed COVID-19 measures have had an impact on international trade and commerce in spheres of both public and private international law.
Professor Locknie Hsu (Singapore Management University) will first examine whether COVID-19 measures may lead to a State being in breach of its international trade obligations, and how these may lead to trade disputes and dispute settlement proceedings before the World Trade Organisation.
Mr. Minn Naing Oo (Allen & Gledhill) will then share on how government-imposed COVID-19 measures may impact the ability of private parties to fulfil trade obligations, and approaches to resolve such disputes between governments and private individuals.
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